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Someone covered up a billboard on La Branch at Winbern with a poster featuring a picture of Jesus Christ holding a Budweiser can. The company that leases the billboard believes vandals made the poster at home and then pasted it on top of the ad that’s supposed to be there.
It shows Jesus holding a Budweiser in between the phrases “Jesus, King of Jews” and “Jesus, King of Beers.”
“I thought that was just crazy,” said commuter Jose Cazares. “It looks professional too.”
Neighbors say the billboard has been up there for a week or more.
I get a kick out of this.
After Lay’s conviction I was perplexed at how a man facing likely lifetime sentencing would be allowed to leave and wait it out in his vacation home in Aspen, Colorado. The Alien Jesus chuckle o’ the day was “they fake his death, get out of the country.” I wonder where the grieving widow will go to live? After this ordeal, you think she wants to just leave the country? If Ken really wants to pull this off, he’ll ditch her. She’s the one that had a garage sale in front of their ultra-lux home in Texas. They were broke she cried.
Bon Voyage, Mr Lay, I imagine you wont be sending back postcards.
(CBS) It may be the biggest outstanding mystery in the Enron story: the death of Cliff Baxter, a former top Enron executive. He’d just agreed to testify to Congress in the Enron case. A congressional source tells CBS News that Baxter wasn’t a target in the probe, he was to provide evidence against others.
But on the morning of January 25th he was found in his car – shot dead.
Police were criticized for calling it a suicide before investigating, so they kept the case open. The fact that it’s still open more than two months later has made the Cliff Baxter case prime fodder for murder conspiracy theories, reports CBS News Correspondent Sharyl Attkisson.
Adding to the mystery is a letter – perhaps a suicide note – that Baxter’s wife is fighting to keep private. Groups like the Texas Freedom of Information Foundation want at least part of it made public.
“I believe very strongly that Enron is mentioned in it,” said Joel White, the group’s attorney.
This is my kind of Independence Day.
Twilight Zone marathon in it’s third day, World Cup Game Germany vs Italy, CNN showing Space Shuttle prep on one side of the screen, Nathan’s Hot Dog eating contest on the other.
I think after the Shuttle lifts off (or blows up or is scrubbed) the screen should be replaced with the dumbasses at the Whitehouse Hunger Strike.
No hot dogs or sody pops for Cindy Sheehan until the Iraqi troops come home. Susan Sarandon and Sean Pean are not so sure what fasting means so they will be taking turns for each other not eating. It’s called a “rolling fast” and could possibly be more idiotic than just plain out harming your body by standing in the sun not eating. Neither method will do a damn thing but make me and millions of others laugh disgustedly while we eat things god never invented.
The Alien Jesus Command Division is now housed in one of the nicest places we might have ever lived. We are grateful that we’ve been spared what is increasingly becoming a non-middle class nation. We are quite middle right now and in true American fashion we say, “Hey, We got Ours! Get away from my car.”
This is a day to think about what the USA has always said it stood for but never delivers without a monkey’s paw twist ending. These bastards in power now are the best blend of power, greed, and total indifference to human suffering. They are perverting and derailing everything the Founding Fathers (deceptive pricks in their own right) worked for through their own hunger strikes that they called “we have no food.” I’d prefer to think about the better possibilities to come. Just for today.
Today, I’m going to eat well while sitting on my ass enjoying all this great television. And may some fortunate God bless America so that we can leave people all over the world alone so they can do the same.
“An Air Force installation in Colorado Springs and one near Denver are operating with heightened security.
The Cheyenne Mountain Air Station, which houses NORAD, is now at “Bravo-Plus”.
There are five levels of alert: normal, Alpha (low), Bravo (medium), Charlie (high) and Delta (critical). “Bravo-Plus” is slightly higher than a medium threat level.
The Cheyenne Mountain Air Station And Buckley Air Force Base are among four installations in the country at the higher alert level ordered last week by then- Acting-Commander of Air Force Space Command, General Fred Klotz.
Space Command would not comment on the reason for the security increase.
The order also affects Vandenberg Air Force Base in California and Patrick air force base in Florida.
I don’t know what to think about this but man, is that Airforce Space Command logo bitchen or what?
Check out the Official Military Site’s Art pages for other fantastic logos, badges and medals.
I have to be an honest Abe here: I only got 75%. The INS looks for 80%